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You could try "WiFi Maps Light" for Android, available for free in Google Play.
Go into the main Settings app. Find Location access (Location services on some phones) in the list of settings pages, and make sure all the settings in that page are on, in particular Wi-Fi & mobile network location (which might have a slightly different name, such as Use wireless networks). When you turn this option on, there's a dialog warning you ...
I don't know if you can do this with your PC. Likely the easiest way would be to hack up a custom script on your PC to respond to new positions coming from gpsd, and use the following command to mock those locations on the phone: adb shell setLatLon latitude longitude You need to have previously turned on USB debugging and mock locations in the phone's ...
Google Maps is known for situations like this for years. It doesn't happen all the time and on all devices simultaneously with all versions of maps, but comes often enough. For me, the decision was to disable/freeze Google Maps, and use other Map apps (Locus Map, OruxMaps) instead. But let's go into details how an app (in your case Google Maps) can be "put ...
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